Even though trick-or-treat is an option this year, there are still folks that are hesitant to bring the youngsters out to collect candy, and for good reason. COVID-19 is still very much at the forefront of our everyday lives. With that said, Live 95.9 wants to give kids a chance to show off their costumes. Live 95.9 and Carr Hardware (Your local hardware experts serving local folks since 1928) have teamed up for Live 95.9’s 'Virtual Halloween Costume Contest.'

Five lucky kids will win $100 each for the following categories:

  • Funniest
  • Most Original
  • Scariest
  • Cutest
  • Best Mask

To enter, upload a photo of your child wearing a Halloween costume using the form below from now through Nov. 1 at 6:00 p.m. (using the free Live 95.9 app is another option for uploading photos)

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*With the help of Bart Raser, winners will be declared during 'Slater and Marjo in the Morning' on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

* Scroll down the page to see entrants and their chosen categories.

* Only one photo and one category per costume contestant (no double-dipping)

*It can take up to 24 hours (longer on weekends) for photos to be uploaded to the webpage (submission form and photo gallery are below)

You can view Live 95.9's contest rules by going here.

Update: The submission period for the contest is closed. Make sure you listen in on Tuesday morning with Slater and Marjo to find out the winners of each category. All of the winners will be posted on our website as well.

Funniest

Most Original

Scariest

Cutest

Best Mask

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